It was an unseasonally warm day for southwest Norway yesterday. The warming was the result of both warm air advection from the southeast and Foehn effect warming as the airmass pushed across the mountainous terrain into the coastal areas and fjords.
Easterly Foehn winds pushed temperatures across the coastal area of southwestern Norway as high as 19 °C (Yetteroyane Fyr), while many locations experienced temperatures above 15 °C. See map and table below for details.
Maximum temperatures in north Europe yesterday, November 7. Map: Meteociel.
Maximum temperatures Norway over the 24-hour period until 6h UTC today, November 8. Map: Ogimet.